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A contractile vacuole is a sub-cellular structure (organelle) involved in osmoregulation. It pumps excess water out of a cell and is found prominently in freshwater protists.They are found in both plant and animal cells.
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contractile vacuole n. A membrane-bound organelle found in certain protists that pumps fluid in a cyclical manner from within the cell to the outside
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Contractile vacuole This article does not cite any ... How does contractile vacuole in a paramecium help maintain ... the contractile vacuole is ...
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The contractile vacuole complex (CVC) is an osmoregulatory. organelle of fresh water protozoa. ... a central contractile vacuole (CV) and 5-10 radial arms that ...
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Our two laboratories are studying the contractile vacuole ... contractile vacuole is a permanent ... contractile vacuole or spongiome membranes of Dic ...
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Encyclopedia article about contractile vacuole. Information about contractile vacuole in the Columbia Encyclopedia, Computer Desktop Encyclopedia, computing dictionary.
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The contractile vacuole complex is a membrane-bound ... Unlike the in vivo contractile vacuole, the in vitro ... contractile vacuole could be induced by ...
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The contractile vacuole complex is a membrane-bound ... contractile vacuole (CV) and 5–10 ... inserted into the contractile vacuole, the exocytotic vesicle ...
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Encyclopedia information on Contractile Vacuole ... A contractile vacuole helps protists eliminate excess liquid in the cell. ...
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Microscopic analysis of contractile vacuole function. ... Initial contractile vacuole counts were done with cells in HL-5. The HL-5 was ...
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3. Adaptation to hyposmotic stress in protozoa: the contractile vacuole ... The contractile vacuole was first described in the late 18th century by the ...
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The contractile vacuole expels water by forming a channel with the plasma ... Inhibition of contractile vacuole function in vivo by antibodies against myosin-I. ...
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Definition of contractile vacuole in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of contractile vacuole. ... vacuole ... to the contractile vacuole upon hypo-osmotic ...
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CV, contractile vacuole; RA1-RAN, the radial arms 1-N, where N is the total ... The ionic composition of the contractile vacuole fluid of Paramecium mirrors ion ...
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Contractile vacuole - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. A contractile vacuole is a sub-cellular structure ... contractile vacuole: Definition from Answers.com ...
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The contractile vacuole can be seen as the multiple 'armed' structure on the ... A contractile vacuole is used to pump excess water out of the cell to reduce ...
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For imaging the contractile vacuole, the agar layers were incubated in water. ... AP180 Associates with the Contractile Vacuole ...
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Dynamic clathrin punctae persist in the vicinity of the contractile vacuole as it discharges. ... right shows two contractile vacuole expanding and discharging. ...
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Contractile vacuole bladders were isolated by subcellular fractionation in ... In addition, we isolated the contractile vacuole bladders, showed that they are ...
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